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Which of These Gym Stereotypes Are You? - VIDEO

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YouTube comedy group Dude Perfect have added to their "Stereotypes" series with "Stereotypes: Gym" and absolutely nails the different types of guys you see when you work out.

DpYou've seen them: "The No Idea What I'm Doing Guy" misusing every piece of equipment; "The Screamer" whose reps can be heard across the gym; "The Mirror Magnet" who spends more time posing than lifting; "Talkative Timmy" carrying on conversations with absolutely everyone.

Dude Perfect was thorough in their listing, however. Not only do they list the guys you've seen, they list the guys you've been. Personally, I've been "The Treadmill Sprinter" and "The Justifier" a few times...and even "The Sweaty Guy" once or twice. Oops.

See how many stereotypes you recognize — and how many you identify with — AFTER THE JUMP...

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Joe Manganiello's High School Photo Gives Hope to Every Skinny Geek Who Wants Muscles: PHOTO

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Joe Manganiello has a new fitness book out today called Evolution.

Appropriate title.

NYDN:

Here’s how Manganiello went from scrawn to brawn:

1. Challenge the impossible. “I’m not asking people to work as hard as they can. I’m asking you to go beyond what you thought was possible for yourself. That’s how you get in the best shape you’ve ever been, instead of just okay shape.”

2/ Double your muscle groups for twice the results. Work chest and back on Monday, legs and triceps on Tuesday and shoulders and back on Wednesday. Then restart the cycle after a rest on Sunday.

3. Eat high-protein, low-fat meals every few hours. “You’re training your body not to store anything, and that in conjunction with a fat-burning cardio program raises metabolism.”

4. You get what you give.
“I can’t think of anything else in life that gives you back a direct return the way training does. Focus on each breath, each rep, and you will see results.”

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Pat Robertson Reveals the Secret Behind How He Stays Fit: VIDEO

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On a segment related to exercise and ageing on today's 700 Club, televangelist Pat Robertson shared with his viewers his very own fitness "secret."

Said Robertson:

"A few years ago I did some pretty heavy stuff, I used to, my leg presses, warm up with 500 lbs. and I went up from there, I did 30 reps of 1,000 lbs."

Right Wing Watch reports that back in 2006, Robertson made similar outlandish claims that he could leg press 2,000 lbs even though he was 76 years old at the time and the current world record for that age is 1,335 lbs.

Robertson, as usual, remains blissfully unaware of any delusions of grandeur on his part.

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Nick Jonas Offers a Preview of His Bicep Workout: VIDEO

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You've been wondering how to get these?

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Bryan Hawn Presents the Miley Cyrus 'Wrecking Ball' Workout: VIDEO

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Trainer and fitness model Bryan Hawn calls this a parody but it's really more of a showcase for his prodigious hindquarters.

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Ben Cohen is Shirtless, Fit, and Ready to Dance: PHOTO

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Rugby star and Strictly Come Dancing contestant Ben Cohen decided to show his Facebook followers yesterday what kind of shape he's been getting in for the tv dance competition, writing:

"Quick warm up before the photo shoot! #HowvainamI"

Hopefully vain enough to show us some more as the weeks go on.

Watch Cohen answer some random questions in a new show interview, AFTER THE JUMP...

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